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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks drop close one to Bruins

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Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.

Boston Bruins v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

The Chicago Blackhawks fell 3-2 to the Boston Bruins to the regular-season home finale Sunday at United Center.

Chicago returns to action Tuesday when they visit last-place Colorado.

HAWKS

**RECAP: Hawks fall to Bruins in regular-season home finale (SCH)

**Watch: Panik records assist by getting hit with puck in Bruins’ net (SCH)

**Hawks ‘believed to be interested’ in Czech forward David Kampf, per report (SCH)

**Seabrook taking aggressive approach to end goal drought (Chicago Sun Times)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Predators clinch playoff spot for third consecutive season (The Tennessean)

**RECAP: Blues move past Predators into third place in Central (St. Louis GameTime)

**RECAP: Wild top Avs to maintain lead for second in Central (Hockey Wilderness)

**RECAP: Lightning beat Stars to get closer to playoff spot (Defending Big D)

NHL

**Every 2017 NHL college free agent signing in one place (SBN)

**RECAP: Lee leads Isles past Sabres, move closer to playoff spot (Lighthouse Hockey)

**RECAP: Penguins defeat ‘Canes to climb to second place in Metro (Pensburgh)

**RECAP: Capitals edge Blue Jackets, move closer to securing Presidents' Trophy (Japers’ Rink)

**RECAP: Hertl scores twice as Sharks keep pace in Pacific (Fear The Fin)

**RECAP: Rangers edge Flyers to secure at least first wild card spot (Blueshirt Banter)

**RECAP: Ducks regain Pacific lead with win over Flames (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

**Senators sign Colin White to ELC (Silver Seven)

**Canucks sign Jayson Megna to 1-year, $675K extension (PHT)

**Bruins sign BU product Forsbacka Karlsson to entry-level deal (PHT)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Silvertips beat Royals in fifth OT to end longest game in CHL history (Sportsnet)

**WHL Playoffs: Warriors edge Broncos to force Game 7 (Sportsnet)

**QMJHL Playoffs: Foreurs top Cataractes, advance to second round (Sportsnet)